"Details create the big picture." - Sanford I. Weill
The details can be found in ACT's N.A. On-Highway Commercial Engine Outlook, a partnership report with Rhein Associates, breaking down the various engine aspects (displacement, fuel type, truck class, etc.). This report is meant to aid those in the powertrain space of the commercial vehicle markets, allowing a better understanding the competitive dynamics and shifting trends of the market through the level of detail within the report.
The Engine Outlook is a quarterly report on the historical trends, current activity and forecasts of engine demand in on-highway commercial vehicles.
The types of business that should be interested in the North America On-Highway Commercial Vehicle Engine Outlook are those business manufacturers in the commercial vehicle engine production supply chain, and any company following the investment value of engine OEMs and their suppliers.
The Engine Outlook is a quarterly report produced in collaboration with Rhein Associates. Where ACT’s NA CV Outlook monthly report drills down to forecasts by vehicle type, the Engine OUTLOOK take the top-line MD and HD forecasts from the Outlook report and breaks the market down by engine displacement. In addition to a 5-year forecast by engine displacement and captive versus independent market share, the report spends considerable time tracking the pipeline of new engine developments by OEM for medium duty and heavy duty markets and by fuel-type.
Other businesses are using this report to inform them of strategic planning for businesses with under-the-hood products impacted by shifts in engine spec’ing as well as financial modeling.
If your business is interested in taking the NA. On-Highway Commercial Vehicle Engine Outlook should consider:
- ACT’s NA CV Outlook
- Global Commercial Vehicle Forecast (with LMC)
- SOI: NA Classes 5-8 Vehicles
- SOI: Build and Retail Sales by OEM
- U.S. Economic Database